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Cards:
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Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition 3072 MB - @ 1000/1000/6000 1200/1200/7000 MHz (Sapphire);
Radeon HD 7970 3072 MB - 925/925/5500 @ 1200/1200/7000 MHz (MSI);
Boost Radeon HD 7950 3072 MB - 850/5000 @ 1150/7000 MHz (Sapphire);
Radeon HD 7950 3072 MB - 800/800/5000 @ 1150/1150/7000 MHz (GigaByte);
Radeon HD 7870 2048 MB - @ 1000/1000/4800 1200/1200/6000 MHz (Sapphire);
Radeon HD 7850 2048 MB - 860/860/4800 @ 1100/1100/5800 MHz (GigaByte);
Radeon HD 7790 2048 MB - 1000/6000 @ 1150/6800 MHz (MSI);
Radeon HD 7770 1024 MB - @ 1000/1000/4500 1150/1150/6000 MHz (MSI);
Radeon HD 7750 1024 MB - @ 800/800/4500 900/900/5800 MHz (Sapphire);

GeForce GTX 770 2048 MB - 1046/7000 @ 1260/7800 MHz (Zotac);
GeForce GTX 760 2048 MB - 980/6008 @ 1200/7000 MHz (ASUS);

GeForce GTX 680 2048 MB - @ 1006/1006/6008 1260/1260/7100 MHz (Gainward);
GeForce GTX 670 2048 MB - 915/915/6008 @ 1200/1200/6800 MHz (Zotac);
GeForce GTX 660 Ti 2048 MB - 915/6008 @ 1180/6800 MHz (Gainward);
GeForce GTX 660 2048 MB - 980/6008 @ 1230/6800 MHz (MSI);
GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost 2048 MB - 980/6008 @ 1180/6800 MHz (MSI);
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 1024 MB - 925/5400 @ 1160/6600 MHz (Palit);
GeForce GTX 650 1024 MB - 1058/5000 @ 1180/6000 MHz (ASUS).

Video card drivers: NVIDIA GeForce 326.80 Beta and AMD Catalyst 13.8 Beta 2.

games:
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Assassin's Creed 3 (Boston port).
Bioshock Infinite (Benchmark).
Borderlands 2 (Benchmark).
Company of Heroes 2 (Benchmark).
Crysis (Benchmark - Village).
Crysis 3 (Welcome to the Jungle)
DmC Devil May Cry (Meeting with Virgil).
Far Cry 3 (Chapter 2. Huntsman).
GRID 2 (Benchmark).
Medal of Honor: Warfighter (Somalia).
Remember Me (Bar "Brain flow").
Resident Evil 6 (Benchmark).
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Solitude).
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (Neighborhoods Flotzama).
Tomb Raider (Benchmark).
World of Tanks (Mines).

short summary:
Assassin's Creed 3 = solid Nvidia win @ 1080p , 2560x1600 (TWIMTBP)
Bioshock infinite = solid Nvidia win @ 1080p, 2560x1600 (Gaming Evolved)
Borderlands 2 = solid Nvidia win @ 1080p, 2560x1600 ; toss up if you count pricing (TWIMTBP)
Company of Heroes 2 = fairly solid Radeon (Gaming Evolved)
Crysis = tossup
Crysis 3 = Nvidia win @ 1080p ,solid Radeon performance @ 2560x1600 (Gaming Evolved)
DmC = tossup
Far Cry 3 = Solid Nvidia @ 1080p, 2560x1600 (Gaming Evolved)
Grid 2 = solid Radeon performance (Gaming Evolved)
MoH = tossup if you consider pricing
Remember Me = tossup if you consider pricing
Resident Evil 6 = tossup if you consider pricing
Skyrim = Solid Nvidia win @ 1080, tossup @ 2560x1600
Witcher 2 = tossup if you consider pricing
Tomb Raider = strong performance by Radeons by GTX 770 at top (Gaming Evolved)
World of Tanks = tossup if you consider pricing (TWIMTBP)
Edited by AlphaC - 9/22/13 at 4:47pm
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nice find! what i really liked was using a formula based not just on overall FPS but using a variable of "playability"
http://www.overclockers.ru/lab/55701_6/V_pogone_za_proizvoditelnostju_videokarty._Osen_2013_Vypusk_6.html#21
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Also, for clarity, have been introduced scale comfortable and acceptable performance. They were calculated as follows:

Comfortable performance = 60 fps = ((60/60) ^ 2) * 100% = 100 * 16 games = 1600 points.
Acceptable performance = 40 fps = ((40/60) ^ 2) * 100 = 44% * 16 games = 704 points.
According to the results of calculations was built the following diagram:




i can't rep you enough for this - imo, there is far too much conjecture speculation based on extruding data from unrelated benchmarks esp. when looking at overclocking performance which brings up scalability questions. it is so much better to see a direct comparative testing process. and i really do like formulating for a variable of satisfactory performance.

still if someone is only interested in a few games than using a "general performance" metric would not be the best to consider.

thanks again.

edit: in a CMOA move, no i have not read the complete article yet and may have missed a thing or two. wink.gif
Edited by looniam - 9/22/13 at 5:14pm
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